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    Mirror: Storm Shadow APU deliveries may be complicated due to a warehouse strike in Scotland

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    A strike at a military warehouse of the United Kingdom Department of Defense may lead to problems with the supply of Storm Shadow and Brimstone missiles to Ukraine. The newspaper The Mirror writes about this, citing a source.

    More than 50 key employees of the facility located in Scotland are on strike. The strike began on Friday, July 14, protesters demand higher wages. According to the source, you can get more in Lidl supermarkets – a warehouse worker earns about £20,000 without bonuses a year (more than 2.3 million rubles).

    In addition to Storm Shadow missiles, weapons from this facility are sent to nuclear submarines of the Royal Navy.

    “The strike, if continued for a long period, could eventually affect the missiles that are sent to Ukraine or (to the Scottish base) Faslane,” the source said.

    “Extraordinary measures to ensure business continuity”

    A British Defense Ministry spokesman told reporters that the facility has taken “emergency measures to ensure business continuity.” He stressed that what is happening will not have an impact on the support of Kyiv.

    British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace previously said that Storm Shadow cruise missiles had a significant impact on the fighting in the conflict zone in Ukraine.

    “Storm Shadow missiles have played a significant role on the battlefield. They had an impact on the Russian army,” Wallace said.

    On July 5, the head of the Main Operational Directorate of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Brigadier General Oleksiy Gromov, said that the Armed Forces of Ukraine had attacked the Chongar bridge with Storm Shadow air-to-ground cruise missiles.

    “Evidence of the effectiveness of these cruise missiles is the damage to the bridges across the Sivash near Chongar, which greatly complicated the supply of ammunition and other material and technical means to the enemy,” Gromov said. “Apply suddenly and in large volumes.” Why does Ukraine need British Storm Shadow missiles According to Western media, the UK will buy guided missiles with a firing range for Ukraine… 02 May 15:19

    “You know, we are not Amazon”

    This week, British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said that Ukraine should be more grateful for the help provided by the West. He also said that during one of his visits to Ukraine, the country’s authorities provided him with a list of the weapons they needed.

    “You know, we’re not Amazon,” Wallace protested.

    Zelensky replied that he could thank the British minister every morning. Soon, the President of Ukraine recorded and published an eight-minute video message on the Telegram channel, during which he said “thank you” 47 times.

    How Russia intercepts Storm Shadow

    On May 15 this year, the Russian military department reported that the Russian air defense systems shot down a Storm Shadow cruise missile for the first time.

    On July 6, the Military Technical Center for Special Purposes “Tsarskie Wolves” announced that the fallen British long-range air-launched cruise missile Storm Shadow, shot down by Russian troops in the Zaporozhye region, was pulled from the line of contact by the fighters of the BARS-11 volunteer detachment.close 100% Alina Dzhus/Gazeta.Ru

    Military Watch Magazine later reported that the Russian Federation could gain access to NATO developments after capturing the Anglo-French Storm Shadow cruise missile.

    The publication emphasizes that the information received will be extremely useful for the Russian side and will allow taking measures to more effectively counter potential threats from the alliance. “Strikes on decision-making centers.” Shoigu warned Kyiv about Russia‘s response

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